NHS apologise for death of Diana

From the day Diana Major gave birth to her daughter Sofia, she began to show the signs of severe post-natal depression - chronic anxiety, delusions and self-harm.

Her husband told staff at the psychiatric unit in Kent thatt she was a suicide risk -- but she still managed to take her own life. Today, Adam Major described the actions of staff as "unforgivable". Ria Chatterjee reports.

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NHS Trust fails mother

An NHS Foundation has said it should have prevented the death of a mother suffering from post-natal depression. 33 year old Diana Mager killed herself at Green Parks House psychiatric unit in Orpington, Kent in August last year.